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Community Gardens

Growing Plants and Community Connections
Tigard’s community garden program is all about growing—growing vegetables, fruits, flowers and community connections. As a Community Garden member you have the exclusive use of one garden plot along with shared responsibility for the common areas.

According to the American Community Gardening Association, “...community gardening improves people’s quality of life by providing a catalyst for neighborhood and community development, stimulating social interaction, encouraging self-reliance, beautifying neighborhoods, producing nutritious food, reducing family food budgets, conserving resources and creating opportunities for recreation, exercise, therapy and education.”

Whatever your reason for gardening, get growing today!

  • Reservations for the 2018 season are now open. Reserve your plot below.
  • Note: Garden plots limited to one plot per household.
  • Note: Two ADA accessible garden plots are available at Metzger Community Garden.

Metzger Community Garden

Overview: The Metzger School Community Garden was completed as part of a partnership between the City of Tigard, Tigard-Tualatin School District and SupaFresh Youth Farm. Several volunteers have also devoted time and effort to the project.

Location: Northwest corner of Metzger Elementary School Campus
Policies:
Gardening Season Rules for Metzger Community Gardens

Reserve a Community Garden Plot:

Greenfield Community Garden

Overview: Twelve community garden plots are situated in a strip of city of right-of-way in west Tigard.

LocationGreenfield Drive and 132nd Avenue
Policies: Gardening Season Rules for Greenfield Community Gardens

Reserve a Community Garden Plot:

Jack Park Community Garden

Overview: Thirteen garden plots are located at the south end of the park near the Walnut Street fire station.

Location: Access via the parking lot at the Walnut Street fire station at 12617 SW Walnut Street
Policies: Gardening Season Rules for Jack Park community Gardens

Reserve a Community Garden Plot:

Contact
Greg Stout

Public Works Dept. | 503-718-2817
gregs@tigard-or.gov

Register for a Garden Plot
Garden plots limited to one plot per household.

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